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Israel Read, for example, who served as a trustee from to and was the first Princeton graduate to become a member of the synod of the Presbyterian church, disposed of three slaves upon his death, two to his children and one to a life of freedom (see Princetonians: ).Jeremiah Halsey of the Class of , a trustee from to and Clerk of the Board beginning in , as. The Injustice and Impolicy of the Slave Trade, and of the Slavery of the Africans (n.p.: Thomas and Samuel Green, ), 24, 36; James McLachlan, Princetonians, A Biographical Dictionary (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), ; Nancy Isenberg, Fallen Founder: The Life of Aaron Burr (New York: Viking, ), ⤴.
Milner was born in New York City about and was the son of Nathaniel Milner, whose ancestors, originating from gentry stock in Pugesey, Yorkshire, England, were early immigrants to America (Bolton, , p. 69).He took his baccalaureate degree from the College of New Jersey (Princeton) in (Alexander, , p. 53).Upon graduation he wanted to become an Anglican minister, but he was shy Author: Otto Lohrenz. The book by E. S. Gaustad referred to in this biography is Historical Atlas of Religion in America, New York: Harper and Row, ; the maps consulted are on pages 89 and 94; this edition was the one available to me but revised editions were published in and The maiden name of John Woodhull’s wife, Sarah, is spelled in some sources.
Sources—For the influences of Scottish philosophy and republican politics, see Mark A. Noll, Princeton and the Republic, , Princeton, , which is invaluable for the subject, and another perspective is provided by E. Brooks Holifield, Theology in America: Christian Thought from the Age of the Puritans to the Civil War, New Haven, ; Alexander Leitch, A Princeton Companion. The author was probably Absalom Bainbridge, a classmate of Gantt’s at college and a physician in New York (McLachlan, Princetonians, – description begins James McLachlan, Princetonians, – A Biographical Dictionary, Princeton, description ends, , –5; Longworth’s American Almanac, New-York Register, and City.
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Spiller.University Archives. Israel Read, for example, who served as a trustee from to and was the first Princeton graduate to become a member of the synod of the Presbyterian church, disposed of three slaves upon his death, two to his children and one to a life of freedom (see Princetonians: ).Jeremiah Halsey of the Class ofa trustee from to and Clerk of the Board.
Israel Read, for example, who served as a trustee from to and was the first Princeton graduate to become a member of the synod of the Presbyterian church, disposed of three slaves upon his death, two to his children and one to a life of freedom (see Princetonians: ).Author: Steven Knowlton.